Saturday, March 22, 2008

of good friday and easter..

Update: My college life will commence on the 12th May! Another month or so to enjoy. Yay!

It was Good Friday yesterday and I loved the performances and the message. During the start of the service, everyone was given a red ribbon with some words printed on the strip. It said, 'My sins - His forgiveness'. I felt so touched. He loves me the way none others could. I tucked the ribbon safely in my IC and licence card holder before the pastor told us that we were supposed to use it later to respond.

I thought I could keep it. When the pastor explained that we were to nail the ribbon strip onto a cross, I knew this was something that I could do to tell Jesus that I am grateful for what He had done for me to cleanse me from my sins.

Tomorrow will be Easter. It's not the day when bunnies and Easter eggs are the heroes but Jesus is. So remember, Easter is to remind us about the victory of Jesus over death and not these commercialised goods just like Santa during Christmas. It's all about Jesus.

Friday, March 21, 2008

still alive..lalala..

I fell in love with this song hearing it for the first time. It does not make sense as it has crappy lyrics but the tune is so cute. I know 'cute' usually refers to something we see but I have no other words to describe this song. It is just so CUTE.

Believe me, I think you will love it too!

The funny lyrics for those who fell in love with this song as I did to sing along.

This Was A Triumph
I'm Making A Note Here:
It's hard to overstate
my satisfaction.
Aperture Science
We do what we must
because we can.
For the good of all of us.
Except the ones who are dead.

But there's no sense crying
over every mistake.
You just keep on trying
till you run out of cake.
And the Science gets done.
And you make a neat gun.
For the people who are
Still Alive

I'm not even angry.
I'm being so sincere right now.
Even though you broke my heart.
And killed me.
And tore me to pieces.
And threw every piece into a fire.
As they burned it hurt because
I was so happy for you!
Now these points of data
make a beautiful line.
And we're out of beta.
We're releasing on time.
So I'm GLAD. I got burned.
Think of all the things we learned
for the people who are
still alive.

Go ahead and leave me.
I think I prefer to stay inside.
Maybe you'll find someone else
to help you.
Maybe Black Mesa. . .
Anyway. this cake is great.
It's so delicious and moist.
Look at me still talking
When There's Science to do.
When I look out there,
it makes me GLAD I'm not you.
I've experiments to run.
There is research to be done.
On the people who are
still alive.

And believe me I am still alive.

I'm doing Science and I'm still alive.

I feel FANTASTIC and I'm still alive.

While you're dying I'll be still alive.

And when you're dead I will be still alive.



I just got crazy singing this senseless song. Actually 'Still Alive' is the credit song for a video game called Portal.

(Especially the part of the lyrics describing about a cake which is delicious and moist! That cracks me up the most! LOL!)

I want to play this game. It looks so weird and funny yet interesting. =D

Sunday, March 16, 2008

make a choice, everyone??

As people grow older, things get more interesting yet confusing. I missed my childhood because life was so much simpler and less complicated.

When I was young, maybe four or five years old, it was easy to make choices of whether you want to play or sleep. Either choice I make would be harmless. If I chose to sleep, my mom would be happy because I would not be making so much noise. If I chose to play, I did not need to worry about neglecting my studies because there were no 'books' being introduced to little people during that era which was the early 90's. However, the scenario is so much different today. A child is introduced to books as early as two years old! No wonder the world today is such a tough place to live in.

I remembered my first year in kindergarten when I was six. I knew I was afraid of the new things that I had to learn. I suddenly realised that life was not revolved around my family and home. There is a place called SCHOOL where everyone needs to go. That time, I hated school. I tried to learn, but sometimes people could be a tad selfish. The people there made me hated school more. In fact, I chose to hate school.

(Of course that hatred never lasted long.)

Now I noticed that it was such a trivial thing to experience meeting selfish people who were not willing to share back then.

Fast forward to my secondary years, I grew to love books more and more and in that course of journey, again, I need to make choices.

What should I do when I grow up?

Should I go for a movie when there is an exam tomorrow?

Should I tell her that it's not the right thing to do?

And a lot more other questions which forced me to make a decision.

I think I should. Maybe I should not.

In the end, I did make the right choice. However, it did not always go the way I wanted.

Today, the choices that I make cannot be taken lightly. I know if I do make the the wrong choice, it is most unlikely that I will be able to turn back. If you made a mistake in your decision when you were six, you always have your parents to patch things up for you. But when you are twenty, it's time for you to clean up the mess that you made. You are responsible for your own act.

Sounds horrifying? The truth is not always as sweet as candy. Quoted from a friend, "Make not the right decision but make the decision right."

And that is what I am going to do right now.

P/S: Thank you so much for your opinion, uncle. But I want to pursue my dream. I will not mess it up as you think I would.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

the beginning of my life after this..

There is nothing for me to wait for since the result is out. It's not the time to continue my 'mushroom project' any longer because I don't need it. All I need to do now is to fill up forms and start photo-copying some documents for scholarship application purposes.

My very first semester in college will start next month. A place where I need to wear a uniform. I love uniform. I feel smart wearing it even if I do not have a single idea of what is in store for me.

I guess I will post a lot about my college life next month. Don't get bored reading them okay? I will try to make them look interesting.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008


I have so much on my mind yet I can only say this:

Praise the Lord for everything He has given me.

Too happy to blog about anything right now. =P

Monday, March 10, 2008

the twelve hours before..

Twelve more hours to go and I do not know what I am expecting. I do not expect anything because I do not know what I expect to see on the result slip. Okay, this does not seem to make sense. My senses have been knocked out of me by some unknown force which I desperately try to pull myself away from.

To all my friends who are having marathon hearts right now, just believe in yourself and do not PANIC! Everything will be over after noon tomorrow. Over. Period.

Saturday, March 08, 2008

a whole new world..

This is so amazing. How can someone sing a duet all by himself?

Saturday, March 01, 2008

an evening in the park..

So many evening walks, so many days, yet, it was only yesterday that I thought about snapping a photo of us taking the weirdoG out in the park.

Crystle enjoyed herself. So did we.


Crys is always not paying attention to the camera. She got tired of the annoying lens after so many forced-photos taken earlier. LOL!

Eunice pulled her ears, gently whispered to her, 'You better listen well and be a good girl or else, you won't be able to listen anymore. Hahaha...!!'

Crystle then forced a smile because she wants to listen to more music and don't want to lose her ears. =D

Another shot:

Smile or say goodbye to your throat!

Again, she's forced to be happy in the photo.

P/S: I didn't kill Crystle. She is still alive and looking forward to the next evening walk. I hope I won't be meeting perverted male dogs which will attempt to rape her. The last time it happened, I had to run for her life!